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During the Revolutionary War period, several notable events occurred in Richmond, including Patrick Henry's "Give me liberty or give me death" speech in 1775 at St. John's Church. Richmond's economy is primarily driven by law, finance, and government with several notable legal and banking firms, as well as federal, state, and local governmental agencies, located in the downtown area.

Population: 200123
Local Newspapers: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: Richmond Flying Squirrels (Double A Baseball) VCU Rams
Local Colleges: Virginia Commonwealth University University of Richmond

Zip Codes associated with richmond, virginia: 23219 23220 23221 23222 23223 23224 23225 23226 23227 23228 23229 23230 23231 23233 23234 23235 23236 23237 23294
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Richmond News
Exclusive: Sounding the alarm on a Richmond firefighter shortage

The department is down 24 firefighters and taking drastic steps to make sure no call goes unanswered. Half of its fire prevention division has been pulled off of necessary building inspections and into fire stations around the City.

Pedestrian dies after struck at South Richmond intersection

Police say around 6:50 p.m. on Wednesday, a Pontiac Bonneville was heading west on Forest Hill Avenue, approaching the Sheila Lane intersection. The driver had the green light, according to police.

Open University is Positively Richmond

Suzanne Wiltshire has been retired from St. Catherine's School since 2005, but she still very much helps students express themselves through French. Wiltshire is one of dozens of volunteer instructors at Open University.

Neighborhood shooting call puts Richmond schools on lockdown

The shooting did not take place at a school, rather a nearby apartment complex along the 4200 block of Old Brook Road. UPDATE: @RichmondPolice say one person was shot.

Virginia Crime Commission meeting to consider decriminalizing marijuana

The meeting is being held in the Pocahontas Building House Committee Room, located on the building's ground floor. The building is located at 900 East Main Street in Richmond.

The Commonwealth to submit proposals Thursday to bring Amazona s headquartera s to Virginia

There are 10 locations across the Commonwealth being submitted for the potential second headquarters - HQ2 - and three of those locations are in Central Virginia. 8News learned late last month that Gov. Terry McAuliffe hired a consultant to prepare bids for both Richmond and Virginia Beach, but it has not been made public exactly where the sites would be located.

Former President Obama implores crowd to vote at Richmond rally for Northam

In his first public appearance in Richmond since leaving office, former President Barack Obama implored a crowd of more than 7,000 supporters to take November's election seriously. On November, Virginia's Governor, Lt.

Richmond program helps teens in Gilpin pick up drums, not guns

Violence isn't uncommon for residents of Richmond's Gilpin Court, though the other day it spilled into the lobby of the city's housing management. A man shot in the thigh stumbled into the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority office and slumped over.

Richmond man who pulled the trigger of gun he pressed into police...

A Richmond man who, during a struggle, pressed a gun into the stomach of a Richmond policeman and pulled the trigger - uncertain it was loaded - was sentenced Thursday to serve 10 years in prison for attempting to kill the officer and a related shooting offense.

Richmond man who pulled the trigger of gun he pressed into police...

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Police: Man waiting in lobby tried to rob Richmond bank

Authorities have arrested a 40-year-old suspect they say tried to rob a bank in Richmond earlier this week. Police were called to the Suntrust Bank at 1101 Azalea Avenue at 1:10 p.m. Tuesday for a report of a robbery.

PHOTOS: Spirit of Children brings Halloween to young patients in Richmond

Dozens of patients and their families were treated to a special Halloween party at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU this week. Nearly 30 patients were able to leave their hospital rooms to paint pumpkins, pick out costumes and receive goodie bags.

RPS high school students to receive free tablets in effort to help close a homework gapa

Richmond Public Schools and the city of Richmond are teaming up with Sprint to give RPS high school freshman students free tablets with internet service. This is part of Sprint's 1Million Project to help close the "homework gap," by providing one million free devices and wireless service to high school students who can't complete their schoolwork at home because they lack internet access.

Celebrate OktoberFest at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

RICHMOND Va. - We are LIVE on location at the beautiful Lewis Ginter Botannical Garden to celebrate their upcoming 4th Annual OktoberFest.

Richmonders flock to get Obama tickets, but can ex-president's star power rub off on Northam?

A large crowd waited Tuesday evening at the Richmond Coliseum hoping for tickets see former President Barack Obama at a campaign rally on Thursday evening with Lt.

It's never too early to learn the value of a dollar.

RICHMOND, Va. - Glenn Birch of VA Credit Union and Angela Patton of the organization Girls For A Change join us to chat about their recent partnership to paint a mural in Richmond's own Jackson Ward.

'Pinktober' makes Breast Cancer Awareness a priority

For the month of October, Priority Richmond is making a pledge to donate locally for breast cancer awareness with the Susan G. Komen of Central Virginia. Executive Director of Susan G. Komen Central Virginia Kristin Harris is joined by Priority Toyota Richmond General Manager Juan Roman visit to talk about the 'Drive Away Breast Cancer' initiative taking place at local Priority dealerships.

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